Chloé Zhao is just on her second function movie, but she’s quickly become one of the most well-known directors operating in the independent-film area: Her new movie The Rider was < a href = http://www.vulture.com/article/cannes-2017-the-rider-review.html > a major hit at the Cannes Film Festival, went on to acclaimed perform at Telluride and Sundance, and was nominated for four Independent Spirit Awards, consisting of Best Picture. Vulture has the special trailer for the film, which follows a young rodeo cowboy who makes it through a near-fatal throw however is informed he can never ride once again. How can he provide up the only thing he understands ways to do, and the only thing that makes him seem like a male? Zhao cast real-life Lakota cowboy Brady Jandreau as the lead and submitted the remainder of the cast with Jandreau’s friends and family, and the naturalism of the performances, stoicism of the characters, and lyricism of Zhao’s directing all include up to something emotionally potent. Audiences in New York City and Los Angeles will have the chance to saddle up and see when The Rider debuts in those 2 cities on April 13.